Rippingale Genealogy

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1  FROST, Susan (Susannah) (I39)
 
2  ALLEN, Ann Maria (I116)
 
3  RIPPINGALL, Mary (I192)
 
4  RIPPINGALE, George (I404)
 
5  RIPPINGALE, William (I596)
 
6  RIPPINGALE, Charles (I757)
 
7  RIPPENGALE, Joseph (I761)
 
8  CHITTOCK, Sarah (I762)
 
9  RIPPINGALE, Samuel (I799)
 
10  RIPPINGALE, Jane (I886)
 
11  RIPPINGALE, Alfred Arthur (I1150)
 
12  RIPPINGALE, May (I1484)
 
13
Jane and Charles witnessed the marriage of Charles’ cousin William to Jane Crysell about a year before they married 
RIPPINGALE, Charles (I643)
 
14 1825: After the death of his mother, William was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects RIPPINGALE, William (I25)
 
15 1825: John was named as the executor of his father’s will. After the death of his mother, John was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects


John & Martha’s children, Samuel, Maria, Martha, Benjamin and Julia never married. 
RIPPINGALE, John (I1)
 
16 1828: Sarah described as widow on marriage to Edward. CROSS, Sarah (I271)
 
17 1828: Signed marriage register with X RIPPENGALE, Edward (I265)
 
18 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RIPPINGALE, E.J. (I609)
 
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RIPPINGALE, C.M. (I628)
 
20 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RIPPINGALE, R.J. (I627)
 
21 1952: Departed on the Ranchi for Freemantle, Australia with Stanley, and children, Elizabeth, Catherine and Robert YATES, Pauline Edith Mary (I608)
 
22 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. RIPPINGALE, S.E. (I1995)
 
23 2 of Martin’s sons, John & George, followed in the family trade and became publicans

Martin left a will. Probate granted to sons Henry, a clerk and Martin, a cab proprietor. Effects valued at £1485 10s 4d 
RIPPENGILL, Martin (I72)
 
24 Abraham’s sister Elizabeth married William Southgate. Brother of Jane?

Abraham was buried in Tower Hamlets Cemetery at 3.00 pm in a BG (basic grave?), no 2-1288 
RIPPENGALL, Abraham (I1136)
 
25 According to the 1901 census, Alfred and Eliza had another daughter, Lilly or Tilly, born about 1900. I can’t find a birth or death registration for her and suspect this is a mistake on the part of the enumerator, and the entry refers to Lily, born 1896. I can’t see Lily (1896) in the 1901 census and so have assumed that Lily (1896) and Lily (1900) are the same person. In support, the 1911 census says that 3 of Alfred and Eliza’s children had died and I have the death of these children. RIPPINGALE, Alfred (I657)
 
26 According to the 1901 census, Alfred and Eliza had another daughter, Lilly or Tilly, born about 1900. I can’t find a birth or death registration for her and suspect this is a mistake on the part of the enumerator, and the entry refers to Lily, born 1896. I can’t see Lily (1896) in the 1901 census and so have assumed that Lily (1896) and Lily (1900) are the same person, although I haven’t added details of the 1901 census to Lily (1896). RIPPINGALE, Lily (I1973)
 
27 Ada petitioned for divorce from Percy two years after they were married. See Percy’s notes. MANN, Ada Mary (I1096)
 
28 Admin of estate granted to husband Bertram, commercial clerk. Effects valued at £141 14s 10d RIPPINGALE, Alice Louie (I1544)
 
29 Admin of his estate was granted at principal registry to father Martin. Effects £352 2s 3d RIPPENGILL, James (I86)
 
30 Administration of her estate granted to husband Harry. Effects valued at £182 8s 10d DUCKER, Alice Wright (I813)
 
31 Administration off effects was granted 25 Jan 1923? to son, Edgar, farm bailiff. Effects £196 19s. Although this is the date given in probate calendar - double checked - it must be wrong as he was still alive! WIFFEN, Shadrach (I2225)
 
32 Admons granted to Husband, George. Effects valued at £175-14s SEYMOUR, Ada (I1468)
 
33 Adrian was a Doctor. He left a will. Probate was granted to widow, Eliza. Effects valued at £10,965 14s 8d STOKES, Adrian M.D. (I577)
 
34 After George died, Jane married Daniel Emmerson in a ‘clandestine’ ceremony [RIPPINGALE], Jane (I2761)
 
35 After her father died, Edith’s mother Mary Ann married WIlliam Noble. Daniel Noble is likely to be a relation

Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922 about Edith Mary Rippingale
Name:
Edith Mary Rippingale
Birth Date:
22 Sep 1880
Father's Name:
Robert Owen Rippingale
Mother's Name:
Mary Jane Smith
Birth Place:
Queensland
Registration Year:
1880
Registration Place:
Queensland
Page Number:
12599
Registration Number:
001416

Australia Death Index, 1787-1985 about Edith Mary Noble
Name:
Edith Mary Noble
Death Date:
6 Jun 1929
Death Place:
Queensland
Father's Name:
Robert Owen Rippingale
Mother's Name:
Mary Jane Smith
Registration Year:
1929
Registration Place:
Queensland
Registration Number:
??2354
Page Number:
1310 
RIPPINGALE, Edith Mary (I2154)
 
36 After her husband’s death, Amelia seems to have lived by herself as there are no other Rippingale’s given at her address in 1919 & 1930 GRIFFIN, Amelia Annie (I2011)
 
37 After his death, administration of Ernest’s effects were granted to son, James Wodruff Rippingale, sergeant in Sherwood Foresters. Effects valued at £202 14s 6d RIPPINGALE, Ernest Trueman (I360)
 
38 After John died, Sarah married George Tickell in 1879

Australia, Death Index, 1787-1985
Name: Sarah Tickell
Birth Year: abt 1842
Age: 80
Death Place: Cwell, Victoria
Father's name: Wm Bower
Mother's name: Maria Nelson
Registration Year: 1922
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 8257 
BOWER, Sarah Ann (I2319)
 
39 After Jonathan’s death, the family seem to have split up. Ellen, daughter Emily and son Alfred moved to Felstead but were living in separate households, and George was living with his Finch relatives in Great Dunmow RIPPINGALE, Jonathan (I851)
 
40 After the death of her mother, Alice was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of her father’s goods and effects RIPPINGALE, Alice (I18)
 
41 After the death of her mother, Esther was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of her father’s goods and effects. RIPPINGALE, Esther (I23)
 
42 After the death of his mother, Benjamin was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects

In 1834, he was registered as the Master of a 67 ton ship, whose home port was Lynn, in the newly compiled Lloyds Register of British and Foreign shipping. 
RIPPINGALE, Benjamin (I19)
 
43 After the death of his mother, Charles was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects RIPPINGALE, Charles (I20)
 
44 After the death of his mother, Henry was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects. However, he died before probate of Martin’s will.

Henry was buried on the same day as his mother, Frances. 
RIPPINGALE, Henry (I28)
 
45 After the death of his mother, James was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects.

James and Mary Ann were baptists and married in the Baptist Chapel, Kings Lynn 
RIPPINGALE, James (I273)
 
46 After the death of his mother, Robert was to receive an equal share of the proceeds of the sale of his father’s goods and effects RIPPINGALE, Robert (I27)
 
47 Against his burial written C (child), TG and 4s 6d, the cost of burial RIPPINGALL, William (I3330)
 
48 Agnes and Henry emigrated to South Australia in 1848. Henry was an architect and set up a successful practice in the Adelaide area. He is mentioned in ‘Architects of Australia’ and extensive research into his life has been carried out by one of his descendants, Michael Miller.
Henry kept a diary of the voyage to Australia, which sounds extremely unpleasant. Both he and Agnes became ill due to the dirty, cramped and airless conditions, bad food and rough weather. Agnes especially seems to have suffered as she was pregnant with their first child. Henry died three years after they arrived but even after such a short period, the couple had managed to establish themselves in the colony. Henry’s architectural projects were completed by Edmund Wight, whom Agnes subsequently married.

Notice of Henry & Agnes’ marriage, South Australian Register, 26 Oct 1852, p 2
MARRIED.
On 23rd October, at Christ Church, North Adelaide, by the Rev. W. J. Woodcock, Edmund William, third son of Stephen Amand Wright, Esq., of Lockleys, to Agnes Jane, widow of the late Henry Stuckey, Esq., and daughter of A. Rippingille, Esq., of Liverpool.


Death Notice in the Adelaide Evening Journal
WRIGHT.—On the 29th January, at Fonthill, Childers street, N.A., Agnes Jane, widow of the late E. W. Wright, aged 73 years.

Funeral Notice in the Adelaide Register
THE FUNERAL of the late Mrs. WRIGHT, Relict of the late Edmund W. Wright, will Leave Childers street, North Adelaide, THIS AFTERNOON (Thursday), at 1 o'clock for the North Road Cemetery
GEO. DOWNS & SON, Undertakers. Telephone 735.
Thanks to K Henderson for alerting me to these 3 notices. 
RIPPENGILLE, Agnes Jane (I575)
 
49 Albert married again after Jane’s death

California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Albert Paul Junod
Name: Albert Paul Junod
Social Security #: 567523948
Sex: Male
Birth Date: 26 Aug 1896
Birthplace: Other Country
Death Date: 17 Nov 1985
Death Place: Riverside
Mother's Maiden Name: Croissant 
JUNOD, Alberto Paul (I2227)
 
50 Albert was buried in Queens Rd Cemetery, Waltham Forest, London RIPPINGALE, Albert George (I3388)
 

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